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SPORTING

BOXING. Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright. NEW YORK. January 9. Johnny Kidbano, the world’s leatherweight champion, outfought Daily in 10 rounds. Jack Johnson and Williard hare arranged a, 45-rounds’ contest for the world’s championship at Jaurcz f Mexico', in March. •SWIMMING. SYDNEY. January 10. The 220 Yards Championship. of New South Wales resulted as followsDuka Kahanamoku (Honolulu) 1, Page 2, Cunha (Honolulu) 5. Won by 4yri=, Tune. 2min 32?scc. Longworth (holder of the title), who is ill, did not compete. The Diving Championship of New South Wales was won by Troyan. DUNEDIN AMATEUR BOATING CLUB. The above club will continue the heats of their pair-oar race to-night, when Y - E Mills meets F. Anderson, and S. Y ood meets X. Hodgson at 6.45. “TOTE" TURNOVER. From the returns of the amounts invested at 18 galloping and 6 trotting meetings held in the Dominion between Boxing Day and the, 4lh hist. it will be seen that, notwithstanding the big drain on the country on account of the war, the spending powers of the people are well maim a meek In only Iwo instances IWy mill am and Marion) was there _ a shrinkage of investments compared with the previous year's returns. In the list below the grand total of which shows an increase of £70.203. the six trotting meetings are given at the loot of the table; 1913-14. 1914-15. £ £ Taratahi- Carterton 8.220 9.119 Manawatu 82./77 84,834 Auckland. 225,410 244,614 Taranaki 27,625 52,355 Tharn-w 15.946 19,766 Re eft on 8,897 12,712 Porangaha.u 0,120 0.19 + •'Tom well 4.054 4,503 Dunedin 36.685 38.185 Grey month 17, <27 20,258 Wvndharn 11.223 9.1 <o Waikouaiti 5.160 . _9.ScO Martou 41.169 57,14 + Wairarapa, 29.404 '29'2^? Strat ford c,0.525 03,3ij5 Hawke's Bay ... 29.935 38.536 North Otago ... 2,5,968 25.222 Soullilami 2/.961 29,24/ Canterbury T.C. 38.885 43.305 Auckland' T.C. ... 58.289 65.510 Grovniouth I.C. ... 16.63,5 18,7/1 Gore TO 10.41S 10.807 Westport T.C. - 9.548 11.874 Ashburton T.C. ... 11.998 14.1.+ + Tot-als 776.585 846,783 Acceptors for the Y aino Cup. 200 sot B, Idm. are; Hcsiono 9.3. Directoiro 'B.l. Feodor 7.8. Peerless 7.7, Rongahere 7.2. Pleasure Bent /. 0, Pretty Jane <.O, Piiimhinello 7.0. The Government tax at tne Auckland Summer Meeting reached £6.320, which is the largest amount yet contributed by any club in the Dominion for a meeting. Angelina’s racing career ended at, Oamaru. She lias been returned to her owner, and will go to the stud next season. While running in a- ptindo/ k on ,1 hiirsday 31 ones tv i winner of three races at Ymgalui and Invercargill during the late, holiday period; nearly ended her career by gelling cast ill a water race. It was some time before she was liberated. The stipendiary stewards at the_ Manawtitu meeting came down upon Y. Hell, the rider of Jem in the Ten ace Welter on the second day. to the extent of a- fine of £25 for jostling Despatch Carrier, who finished second. H. Button .the rider of th+» third horse. Lndogeur. w.t* disqualified tor 12 months for giving false evidence. —Wellington ‘ Times.’ At the A speu dale (Vic. 1 meeting on Sanndav Idaha won the Richmond Pure---. Tim £SOO Plate went to Scratch, with ■ (1 Install second and Mapleleaf third.

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SPORTING, Issue 15697, 11 January 1915

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SPORTING Issue 15697, 11 January 1915

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